It’s Teacher Appreciation week at our school. The Parent Teacher Association planned a variety of fun breakfast, lunch and desserts. I was part of several but this was by far the silliest and most fun. Read more
Happy Monday, y’all!! Wishing you a beautiful, blessed day.
I love freshly cleaned carpets. Having all of the carpets professionally cleaned makes the whole house look and feel better.
With 3 cats, 2 dogs, 1 rabbit, kids and a husband, the carpets definitely take a beating. Our little Miniature Pinscher was not potty trained when we got her last year and she still has accidents occasionally. The geriatric cat forgets to use, or misses, the litter box. Needless to say, our house and carpets are sometimes less fresh than I would like. Read more
Softball season is in full swing now and will be for the next 8 weeks or so. Although I love watching Ms. T play ball, Read more
“I’m so glad you’re my mama.” Those are the most beautiful words a mother can hear her child say. Read more
A cute jelly bean project for my Sunday school students for Easter.
What do you think? Should I give it a try? Let me know your favorite projects.
Wow, I can’t believe the change in weather lately! Yesterday morning was cold, rainy and nasty. Even at 2 pm driving over the Shawangunk Ridge, the weather was dreary and foggy. I had about a half hour to kill before my appointment with naturopath (the most amazing woman in the world!), Read more
Lord, help me to be better today. Clothe me in the patience and understanding I need to be a better mother and wife.
Forgive me for raising my voice yesterday and most of all help me do a better job at keeping my daughters’ heart. Help her forgive me when I am not the mama she deserves and when I fail to be the best I can be.
Hockey season is officially over in our household. The snow is melting and temperatures are inching warmer. Spring is here. So many things to be thankful for!
But don’t be fooled by the positive upbeat tone of my voice. Though I love the weekends and I love being home with my family but sometimes tempers and attitudes flair. Usually it’s Sunday mornings as we’re getting ready for church. I like to have a relaxing morning but usually we relax a little too much and end up rushed and running around to get ready in time. I can guarantee there will be an issue with appropriate church attire and where those clothes might exist in the house (dirty laundry basket, washer or put away somewhere incorrect). The irony of losing my temper in preparation for church is not lost on me. You’d think by now I’d anticipate these catastrophes and be able to head them off. But no, I am not that organized or self aware.
Despite our imperfections and mishaps, I have so much to be thankful for.
I am looking forward to:
Today-family dinner, not having any commitments outside the house.
This week: PTA meeting, being able to attend 4H meetings again
In the future: warm temperatures! Being outside more.
What are you thankful for or looking forward to?